A bookcase, a rocking chair, a Dell computer monitor, infant formula, kids clothes, gift bags, a bathroom sink -- these are just a few of the things people were giving away for free recently on our...
Paying for college -- even with help from Mom and Dad or a giant scholarship -- demands some serious frugality from students. So, how can you spend less on books, housing, and everything else that goes...
Here's a roundup of new content on Cheapism, which includes new reviews, updates, and blog posts:
New Reviews: Scooters and Toys. If it's something that gets kids...
Saving Pennies or Dollars? Garage and Yard Sales (The Simple Dollar)
Smarter low-cost beauty moves (The Province)
12 Things You Should Stop Buying (FreeMoneyFinance)
There's something about being the owner of a brand-new piece of merchandise, and often that something is an empty wallet.
Although certain items are better bought new (underwear, mattresses)
Spring cleaning is underway, which means people are getting rid of their old wares by throwing them out, donating them, or hosting garage sales. If you're in the market for home goods, gently-used clothes,
We told you a few days ago how many are getting dizzy from all the discount sites and daily deals floating around these days. If you are one of those people, you're in luck with a new second-hand... Read more on redding.com »
You may have wondered if "refurbished" is a dirty word and asked yourself, "Should I get used electronics?" The answer is...it depends. A story on Wallet Pop says buying from sites like eBay... Read more on Wallet Pop »